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David Andrew Wiebe, October 2021What does it look like to do complete work?

See, as ambitious creatives, it’s easy to get in the habit of starting dozens of projects, rarely or never finishing any. And I’m guilty as sin.

But that’s not all. Doing complete work isn’t just about finishing projects. It’s about continuing the conversation until there’s nothing left to say. It’s about leaving no stone unturned.

Completion is available in every aspect of life. It’s just that we’re sometimes unwilling to do the work to get there. We might need to endure discomfort or embarrassment. We might need to own up to our mistakes or even “white lies.”

See, completion is unusual. Some even say it’s unavailable or impossible, but that’s not true. We can declare completion. The power is with us!

Keep in mind that whatever incompletion you might be facing, it only lives with you. It does not live with others. That means you’re the only one that can do anything about it.

So, what work do you need to do to create more completes in life? The more complete you are, the more freedom you will ultimately experience. You can be free of your past. But you need to cause completion. You’re the only one that can do it.

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